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Apprentice chefs at The Swan at Lavenham Hotel and Spa runners-up in National HIT MasterChef competition

PUBLISHED: 11:15 08 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:30 08 June 2018

Apprentice chefs Hannah Scott and Samuel Austin were runners-up in an industry Masterchef competition.

Apprentice chefs Hannah Scott and Samuel Austin were runners-up in an industry Masterchef competition.

TA Hotels Collection

Deborah Tullett, Group Training Manager at the TA Hotel Collection said; “As runners-up in a national competition, it was a great experience for them and Hannah, at just 16 years of age, is already talking about what dish she is going to make at next year’s competition.”

Miss Scott is an apprentice chef on the level 2 Commis Chef Apprenticeship and Mr Austin, is a commis chef on the Level 3 Chef de Partie apprenticeship.

HIT is the leading expert training and apprenticeship provider for the hospitality and catering sector. First launched in 2016, HIT MasterChef aims to showcase the talented individuals who are at the forefront of the industry, and to raise awareness of the career opportunities apprenticeships offer.

For more details about The Swan at Lavenham or to book a table to dine call 01787 247477 or visit

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